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ADMINISTRATOR 2021-09-15 11 0

This is a short summary of one of the articles from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.2 NO.2. For more specialized information, please download our Webzine, and read " Mountains of Pamir: The “Roof of the World” written by Boboev Farrukh k is a student of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies majoring Business Administration. The President of Tajikistan declared 2019-2021 to be years o...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-09-15 11 0

This is a short summary of one of the articles from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.2 NO.2. For more specialized information, please download our Webzine, and read " Chinese architecture scholars and Foguang Temple" written by Wu Hao is an associate researcher, Institute for Advanced Study of Regional and Global Governance; and executive director, Institute of Silk Road Studies, Beijing Forei...

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Moon cakes   This is a short summary of one of the articles from Webzine SILKROADIA VOL.2 NO.2. For more specialized information, please download our Webzine, and read " The Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival" written by Li Ke is a student at Beijing Foreign Studies University, China. The four major traditional festivals in China – the Mid-Autumn Festival, Spring Festiva...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-09-08 24 0

Horses have always been valued everywhere, but the Mongolian traditional custom of respect for horses is unique among the many ethnic groups of the world. Mongolian history is the history of equestrians. The Mongols and their descendants, the ancient nomads of Central Asia, established not only their own empire, but also other great dynasties, and shaped the destiny of the world, all with the ...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-09-08 20 0

The taus and its modified, lighter forms, the dilruba and esraj, are very popular instruments in the North Indian regions of Punjab. It is used in Sikh music, as well as in Hindustani classical compositions, in the music from West Bengal. Esraj is found in two forms throughout Indian subcontinent. It is the main accompanying instrument for Rabindra Sangeet in Shantiniketan, and Rabindranat...

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The Ossetes, numbering less than a million and living in one of the world’s most linguistically and culturally diverse regions, where they had intermingled with other groups for centuries, suddenly found that they could assert a heritage going back to the ancient Scythians, who dominated the vast Eurasian steppe for more than a millennium in ancient times, but also that others were makin...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-09-01 34 0

Tajikistan National Park Tajikistan is a Central Asian country located on the silk roads with about 9,537, 645 population. The country is home to various cultures, religions, and natural beauties. Among other natural resources, Tajik National Park where laid most of the mountains of Pamir known as the ‘roof of the world’ as it has the highest mountain ranges on the Eurasian...

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Sometimes people say that life is a journey and we are just travelers. In reality, we have roads to walk to explore because someone traveled in those roads before us and found those roads for us. Ancient silk roads are the simple but the greatest examples for connecting people, countries, cultures, and trade through land and maritime routines. Although many things have changed with industriali...

ADMINISTRATOR 2021-09-01 38 0

In past, people wore clothes to protect themselves from cold or warm weather or to cover themselves. It is true that throughout time, human costumes have changed a lot in many ways including designs, colors, prices, etc. However, human clothes have significant meaning beyond those factors.  As we know, clothes represent our various cultures and our identity. Moreover, over time people...